Hooks and filters are a core feature of WordPress and used extensively in WooCommerce. This post demonstrates changing the layout of the single product page by changing the hook execution order. Simple, but powerful.
Automate tasks with wp_cron – read how to set one up, add new frequencies and some debugging tips.
Display a notice in the cart to encourage customers to add more to the cart to avail of free shipping.
What started as a potentially complicated plan to enhance the “Insert Media” area ended up in a really simple add_filter() solution.
Make it easy for clients to contact the site developer with support requests by including a support request form in the Dashboard.
An ajax demo for WordPress, with debugging tips, to show that it is not so hard. Includes code you can download and quickly use.